LTC Doc Pete Chambers
Doc Chambers “calls out” military commanders who have hung their soldiers out to be isolated,
ostracized, vaccinated, and drummed
out of the service.
“You guys are weak!!!”
Moderator Victor Marx is a high-risk humanitarian with successful missions to Iraq, Syria, North Africa, and Southeast Asia – many times in non-permissive and high threat environments, helping orphans and widows. Severely abused and tortured as a child, by the time he graduated from high school, his lifestyle was filled with drugs, fights, and theft. The discipline of military life and faith in God helped him recover from his traumatic childhood and empowers him to help others. Today, Victor focuses his attention on the plights of those affected by ISIS, troubled juvenile offenders, and supporting military personnel from all branches including the special operations community.
Marx hosts All Things Possible COO, Jeff Tiegs (see bio below), and Pete “Doc” Chambers (photos above bio/video below).
Doc Chambers is a former Green Beret physician (19th SFG) who served more than 30 years in the military. He was a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces after the 9/11 attacks prompted him to re-enlist. Doc Pete Chambers grew up in rural America. His first job at 11 years old was cleaning horse stalls. He grew up the son of an immigrant father who became a small-town doctor and small ranch owner. Life’s lessons were abundant and Doc’s “Look For Work” ethos was ingrained. Doc joined the army in 1983 and has served either Active Duty, the Army Reserves, or the Army National Guard for a total of 37 years. After his first Honorable Discharge, he had a break in service to complete college and medical school. He currently serves as a Special Operations Surgeon and Green Beret in the Texas National Guard.
He is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, class of 1995. He completed a residency and then worked as a rural Emergency Medicine physician. He has also served as a commissioned Deputy Sheriff and a SWAT team medic and operator. After the United States was attacked on 9/11 he returned to the US Army Special Forces. Note: Doc was at Ground Zero shortly after the Twin Towers fell. His experiences those three days after would mold his fortitude to go to work. At age 45 he was chosen as the first physician to attend the Special Forces Qualification Course from Selection through to the culmination exercise, Robin Sage. He graduated from the Special Forces Qualification Course at 47 years of age, earning the coveted Green Beret. He has served on multiple Special Forces combat deployments and has been awarded the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star Medal, and the Combat Medical Badge. His last deployment with Special Forces was completed in January of 2020. He is a member of a Special Operations Detachment in the Texas National Guard. He owns a small longhorn cattle outfit on the Red River, raising longhorn cattle. “I’m not really a rancher, but more of a hand. Just lookin’ for work.”
Jeff Tiegs spent over 25 years in the US Army and much of that in the US Army’s special operations. He was an enlisted US Army Ranger who went to college and became an officer and then served his remaining time in Special Forces (Green Beret) and The Unit (CAG, Delta Force) before retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel (LTC/O-5). Jeff has commanded units during operations around the globe including Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan. During his time in service, he received numerous awards, including five bronze stars for distinguished service during combat in Iraq and Afghanistan and a silver star awarded for valor during combat in Iraq.
“The Making of a Warrior”
Good old, typical military “bull session” about getting back to
More about military manly “stuff” with an endnote that imprints a spiritual concept indelibly into the heart!
“Live your life like His life mattered!”
After being seriously sickened by the Jab himself, Doc champions those in the military who have been resisting/refusing COVID Masking, Distancing, and Vaccinations. The following videos speak to those issues and “call out” a quisling military leadership that is allowing our manpower to be emasculated and gutted.
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